These are two periods of intersection between a downtrend and entering an uptrend. At the RSI indicator we see 2 arrows:

1. The arrow in the left corner represents the price level to move from the range 80 to 20. Here we see especially one thing that most of the indicators of RSI are only within a range of 60 to 20, and Several times the indicator exceeded 80 but kg found a new high higher than the old one.

And the price-oriented theory here is also very basic:

THE PRICE IN THE DOWN TRENDS THE RSI INDICATOR MOVES FROM 20-60 OF THE RSI

2. The second arrow is in the reversal zone from a downtrend to an uptrend, and of course, according to the above logic, when the RSI crosses the 60 levels and the price makes a higher high than the price of the previous high, a 1 cent will form the direction of increase. So, the ace we also see is that the RSI is only moving in a range between 40 and 80. For the breakouts above the 40 level of the RSI, the price has not made a lower low. old bottom.

And the price-oriented theory here is also very basic:

THE PRICE IN THE UPTREND THE RSI INDICATOR MOVES FROM THE 40 - 80 LEVEL OF THE RSI

So now we see that the RSI indicator also has a very special use, which is to consider whether the price trend is still likely to continue or not and when it will reverse. At this point, if you are quick, ace also has a rough idea about the most basic way to use this method:

Go Short when the price touches the 60 or higher level of the RSI but does not make a new high above the old one

Go Long when price touches 40 or lower of RSI but does not make a new high lower than the old one.